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Design, implementation and verification of distributed real-time systems are acknowledged to be very hard tasks. Such systems are prone to different kinds of delay, such as execution time of actions or communication delays implied by distributed platforms. The latter increase considerably the complexity of coordinating the parallel activities of running components. Scheduling such systems must cope with those delays by proposing execution strategies ensuring global consistency while satisfyingdoi:10.4230/lites-v006-i001-a001 dblp:journals/lites/DellabaniCBB19 fatcat:xdg2bjo6rrghjado3hrokrifbu